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(ISC)² Undergraduate Cybersecurity Scholarship

$5,000

March 01, 2020

Awards Available: 20

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The (ISC)² Undergraduate Scholarship offers students scholarships from $1,000 to $5,000 per recipient. Applicants must be pursuing or plan to pursue a degree with a focus on cybersecurity, information assurance or related field, and be a high school senior or undergraduate student. A minimum 3.3 GPA is required.

    Applicants must be pursuing or planning to pursue a degree with a focus on cybersecurity or information assurance. Must be a senior in high school who will be pursuing an undergraduate degree in the fall, or an undergraduate student who is currently a junior, freshman, sophomore or senior. GPA must be at least 3.3 on a 4.0 scale (or an analogous rank based on a comparable scale). You do not currently need to be enrolled, however no awards will be disbursed until the recipient is enrolled in a college or university. If awarded: the award will be sent to the school with instructions that it be applied to tuition, fees and books. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Carole Boniface
  • 311 Park Place Blvd.
  • Suite 610
  • Clearwater, FL 33759
  • scholarships@isc2.org
  • 727-493-3587

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